Treasures Revealed - Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library
 

Treasures Revealed Appraisal Day

Sponsored by  Freeman's


Saturday, November 4

Visitor Center, 9:30 am–1:00 pm


Winterthur Museum and Freeman's, America's oldest auction house, present Treasures Revealed—a special day when you can bring your antiques, jewelry, and fine art treasures for expert valuations from Freeman's international team of auction specialists, including Alasdair Nichol, who is regulary featured on PBS’s Antiques Roadshow®.

Find out what your family heirloom piece or eBay discovery is worth in today’s market! Specialists will valuate up to two items per person and provide verbal auction estimates. Specialties include fine art, silver, jewelry, rare books, militaria, decorative arts, and furniture from Asia, America, United Kingdom, and Europe. No modern guns, toys, dolls, coins, or stamps. For more information, view our FAQ.

For tickets and details, please call 800.448.3883. Members $25 per item; nonmembers $50 per item. Limit 2 items. Tickets are timed and are only valid during the time printed on the ticket. Reservations are required. Restrictions may apply. Garden and Galleries access included.
 

Lecture: "Collecting Classics: Henry Francis du Pont’s Pursuit of New England Masterpieces”

Saturday, November 4
2:00 pm, Copeland Lecture Hall

Walking through the rooms of Winterthur, visitors gaze upon the finest furniture from early America. The quality of the collection is so high, the quantity so great, that it is easy to overlook the unmatched grandeur of individual pieces. Join Brock Jobe, Professor Emeritus, Winterthur, as he focuses on five New England landmarks from this splendid collection, explores their groundbreaking significance, and traces the diverse paths that brought them to Winterthur.  Along the way, we will witness the discipline, persistence, and artistic eye that guided Henry Francis du Pont in his pursuit of excellence. $10 per Member. $15 per nonmember.
 

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